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College Admissions Questions

We want to ensure you make the best decision for your education because we know that navigating many college admissions processes can be tough. We make ours easy for you. Explore our list of frequently asked questions about our admissions process on this page to find the answers you need to move forward with your academic career. In the event that you do not find the answers you are looking for, feel free to contact one of our admissions representatives or call 888.544.4422.

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"The enrollment team is just wonderful. They are so comforting. They wanted me to make my own decisions. They knew what would be the best fit for me. They knew what I would excel in." Marisa, Health Care Management
Marisa, Health Care Management

What is your admissions process?

Our admissions process differs from many other colleges and universities. It is designed to help you discover the skills and training necessary to help you become competitive and marketable when beginning your career. We conduct a personalized admissions interview to learn about your interests and goals, ensuring that you have the drive and commitment to succeed in your chosen field. Then, we assist you with individualized career planning, program selection and learning how to apply for the necessary financial assistance if you are eligible.  

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How much does attending Harrison cost?

Tuition at Harrison differs depending on many factors, including:

  • The program in which you are enrolled
  • How many classes you take per quarter
  • How many credits you may have transferred from another college
  • Whether or not you test out of classes
  • What type of financial aid you receive (if you qualify)
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Do I need to have a high school diploma?

Yes, you must have a high school diploma or GED to be eligible for acceptance. 

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What are the SAT and ACT College Codes for Harrison College?

The SAT College Board Code for Harrison College is 6344. The ACT College Code for Harrison College is 5171.  

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What if I do not know exactly what program I’m interested in?

No problem! This is one of many reasons why we ask you to meet with an admissions representative who will conduct an admissions interview to make sure you are on the right path for success.

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Are any support services available?

Yes! We pride ourselves on an extensive support network designed to help you achieve your career goals. Our team is ready to assist you with the admissions process, financial aid, career planning and scholarship qualification. We even offer help with day-to-day challenges, such as finding quality daycare for children or keeping up with your course work. We also provide employment assistance for current students and alumni.

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Will my credits from Harrison transfer to other colleges?

While the curriculum at Harrison is designed for students who want to pursue a career-focused education and complete their degree in as little time as possible, credit transfer opportunities are available. Transferring credits from Harrison to another institution is not guaranteed, as it is up to the receiving institution to decide if they will accept your credits. Check with the appropriate party at the receiving institution to find out if they accept our credits, and we will be happy to send them your transcript or other required documentation. 

 

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Will Harrison accept credits previously earned by another institution?

Harrison considers credits for transfer from other accredited colleges. Decisions to accept incoming credits to Harrison from another school are made by the registrar or dean at your local campus. Information regarding these previously earned credits should be shared with your admissions representative when inquiring about Harrison. Additionally, if your previous credits do not meet Harrison qualification guidelines, you may attempt to earn credit for courses by testing out of a particular course. For high school students, this program is called “Fast Track to Success.”

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